Robert | In A Mellow Mood

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In A Mellow Mood

by Robert

Mellow r&b old school
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
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1. Stay With Me to Night
5:00 $0.99
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2. Ask Me No Question
4:57 $0.99
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3. Can It Be Real
5:19 $0.99
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4. What's a Poor Boy to Do
4:36 $0.99
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5. Come to Me
4:51 $0.99
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6. Butterfly
4:30 $0.99
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track 1.stay with me tonight.slow old school r&b with vocals.

track 2.ask me no questions.nice mellow r&b with vocals.

track 3.can it be real,old school r&b with vocals.

track 4.what's a poor boy to do.an up beat smooth groove with a little latin flavor.

track 5.come to me.mellow groove with vocals.

track 6.butterfly.laid back bluesy r&b with vocals.




About this artist.I am a singer songwriter composer-drummer.I grew up in Gadsden,Alabama.I wrote my first song at age 12 played my first gig at age 16 with Jerry McCain,my first rerording session was with Jerry McCain in Nashville,Tennessee.

I moved to Dayton,Oh. in the 60's ,as a drummer and vocalist I played and jam with most of the musician in the dayton area some of them became known as the ohio players,zap,lakeside,slave,Sun.I have sang lead vocals with several groups in dayton including Greg Webster formal leader of the Ohio players,the prophets,buddy web,cliff bailey,boote woods,quick silver,new tradition the group I am now affiliated with.I met Berdell Gaston in the 60's he played keyboard in the bailey band. he grew up in Mouscle Shoals, Alabama with the famous Percy Sledge,he was also a song writer-composer. we begin writeing together in the 70ty's there are two songs on this c d foem that collaboration,ask me no questoins and what's a poor boy to do.

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